Top X-fusion Albums
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What Remains Is Black
What Remains Is Black
[2013]
Thorn In My Flesh
Thorn In My Flesh
[2011]
Ultima Ratio
Ultima Ratio
[2009]
Vast Abysm
Vast Abysm
[2008]
Beyound the Pale
Beyound the Pale
[2007]
Rotten to the Core
Rotten to the Core
[2007]
Demons of Hate
Demons of Hate
[2005]
Dial D for Demons
Dial D for Demons
[2003]
Dead End lyricsBringer Of Light lyricsStroke By Stroke lyricsDrowning In Deep Silence lyricsDefiled & Raped lyricsPsychopath lyricsLeave No Seed lyricsPitch Black lyricsPlease Kill Yourself lyricsBouncer Of The Pearly Gate (alternative End) lyricsMasochist lyricsGod And Devil lyricsCowardly Being lyricsThe Time Between lyricsMy Inner Storm Blows lyricsMy Revelation lyricsFace Your Disgrace lyricsHouse Of Mirrors lyricsJesus Hates You lyricsEternal Sleep lyricsTough Stance lyricsPsycho Maniac lyricsTraitors Of Our Age lyricsTheodicy lyricsI Saw You lyricsWhen The Curtain Falls lyricsLabyrinth Of Thoughts lyricsLast Breath lyricsLegion Of The Damned lyricsI Don't Want lyricsDon't You See The Lies lyricsLet My Body Burn (original Version) lyricsNo Fiend To Exorcise lyricsGodless lyricsSuicide lyricsAshes To Ashes lyricsThe Dungeon Of Reality lyricsLost In Myself lyricsStill Breathing lyricsNumbness lyricsBloody Pictures lyricsIntrospection (intro) lyricsAnorexia Nervosa lyricsBloody Revenge lyricsBlack Clouds lyricsDemons Of Hate lyricsC'mon Devil lyricsNear End lyricsSeven Mortal Sins lyricsDial D For Demons lyricsHypnotized lyricsConform lyricsThis Gloomy Alleyway lyricsVicious Eyes lyricsEmpty Souls lyricsDaily Dose lyricsRotten To The Core lyricsHoly Grail lyricsBurn Down The Flags lyricsRage Attack lyricsCommercial Whore lyricsParasites lyricsDear God lyricsDead Love lyricsRest In Pieces lyricsHuman Consistency lyricsDeath Plan lyricsWitness Of Your Decease lyricsAlready Dead lyricsTransition Of Power lyricsReap The Whirlwind lyricsLeft Hand Path lyricsMammonism lyricsWar And Hate lyrics
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Related Information for X-fusionEverything began in 1988 when Jan L. from Bochum, Germany used his legendary C64 for combining electronic sounds with organ-sequences and vinyl-elements. Two years later his C64 was detached by Amiga 500, developing to 4 tracks and 8 bit. X-FUSION was born!1991 his first demo tape called ‘Syndromic Noise’ was finished. In the following year Jan extended the equipment with his first own synthesizer – the Kawai K4 – and his style of music finally got a designation. read more